Since October 2017, I am a fellow of the Higher Education Academy in recognition of attainment against the UK Professional Standards Framework for learning and teaching support in higher education. [UoS Teaching Certificate][HEA Certificate]
During my Max Weber Fellowship (2013-14), I obtained the EUI Teaching Certificate. The training program included workshops in course design, curriculum development, small group microteaching, teaching in culturally and linguistically diverse classrooms, and finally a teaching exchange week at Universitat Pompeu Fabra where I gave a guest lecture in Labor Economics.
In Spring 2019, I gave to IDEA 2nd year Master students of Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona a course on Open EconomyMacroeconomics (syllabus).
During 2015-2018, I taught Public Economics to postgraduate students at the University of Sheffield (a webinar is available here – my part starts after the 11th minute), as well as undergraduate core modules on Macroeconomics (1st- and 2nd-year).
During my Jean Monnet Fellowship atthe EUI (2014-15), I designed and taught a 10-hour lecture series on Macroeconomics for Non-Economists for the PhD programs in Political Science, Law, and History (syllabus).
During my PhD studies, I served as a Teaching Assistant for the following courses: Macroeconomic Theory and Policy (Graduate) andMacroeconomic Theory, Econometrics I, Principles of Economics II (Undergraduate).